Chocolate Candy Betting Odds Pay Nearly Double at SBG Global

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C Costigan
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Chocolate Candy Odds

If you happen to like Chocolate Candy (the horse, not the Hershey bar), then SBG Global is definitely the place to bet him. has determined that SBG Global was offering the best odds on Chocolate Candy to win the 2009 Kentucky Derby as of Saturday morning:  A payout of $2000 compared to $1200 elsewhere.

"This is interesting because SBG Global had slashed Chocolate Candy's odds to 10/1 or +1000 earlier in the week," observed Don Shapiro of 

Brian Skirka of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association:

"Will it all go according to plan? Trainer Jerry Hollandorfer appears to have taken his time with this one. Guiding Chocolate Candy through a carefully thought out winter/spring campaign, Hollendorfer has been rewarded with gradual development - improving Beyers in each of Chocolate Candy's last four races - and likely has a horse ready for a career effort on Derby Day. While Hollendorfer is relatively unknown in terms of the Kentucky Derby, his work with top-distaffer Hystericalady in recent years is proof-positive that he's not out of his league with an upper-echelon horse. To win the Derby, Chocolate Candy most simply fulfill his trainer's plan - run his best race on the first Saturday in May. A fast pace wouldn't hurt either."

Ed McNamara of Newsday is not impressed:

"His post position may have something to do with the longer odds. 

California-based colt hasn't run on conventional dirt, and his speed figures on the manmade stuff are nothing special. At best, he's a candidate for third or fourth to inflate exotic payoffs."

But with odds that pay $2000 for every $100 bet, if you like Chocolate Candy, you'll want to bet him at SBG Global. 

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Christopher Costigan, Publisher 

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